Definition of Prounion
1. favoring labor unions [adj]
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Literary usage of Prounion
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"In response to the creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States, these various political forces combined in a prounion demonstration on Manezh Square ..."
2. The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945 by Clayton D. Laurie, Ronald H. Cole (1997)
"Moreover, a prounion sheriff and his deputies threatened to block any efforts by US marshals to intervene. But when Thornton asked the secretary ..."
3. Southern Appalachians: A History of the Landscape by Susan Yarnell (1999)
"prounion feeling was highest in the northwestern section of Virginia. Unionists separated from Virginia in 1861, first as the State of Kanawha and, then, ..."
4. Unfair Advantage: Workers' Freedom of Association in the United States Under by Lance A. Compa (2000)
"... which he termed "a diatribe toward prounion employees," as "raw evidence of animus toward the employees' protected activities" that supported other ..."
5. Red Eagle: The Army in Polish Politics, 1944-1988 by Andrew A. Michta (1990)
"... whom the general considered too weak or too prounion. Immediately after the crackdown of December 13, 349 secretaries of local and city organizations ..."
6. Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market: A Treatise on Economic by Murray Newton Rothbard (2004)
"Therefore, it is certain that when knowledge of these consequences becomes widespread, far fewer people will be "prounion" or hostile to "nonunion" ..."
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